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Your camera will use a pre defined directory to store pictures and videos, it will use this same directory to display pictures and play back videos. You cannot change this directory. What you can try and do is add the music to the same directory where your photos and videos are and hope that when you browse through your pictures and videos on the camera that it has a codec capable of decoding your audio files. For the most part at the moment you simply transferred the files onto the memory of the camera, this does not necessarily mean that the camera will be capable of playing those files back. What you can do however, is hook the camera up to another device that is capable of playing the files (like another PC) and transfer your files onto it and play them back there. There is no guarantee that your camera will be able to play back your music files that you have transferred. You will have to find out what file types the camera supports for playback and convert your music files to that if possible (which it may not be).
1. Try playing the same vedio in camera itself. If it plays well then there is no problem in camera and also in capturing. 2. If playback is problem in camera itself, then try resetting the camera back to factory setting. 3. If problem is not with your camera, then try playing those vedio in players like klmegacodec or VLC player. Because most of the vedios captured in camera or mobile phone finds difficult to played on normal media players in system.
Ok...your title says camera but your post says camcorder. If it is a digital camera then nothing is wrong with you camera or laptop. Usually the video taken on a digital camera is of poor quality and vice versus with a camcorder the pictures are of poor quality. They make it seem like you can do both with exception to newer camcorder which has a 6 to 8 mp camera built in.
I'm fairly sure this camera takes a CF card from what I have read... I would use an external CF card reader and move my information back and forth this way -- just like files to a disk drive. I would however make sure I used the same filename and picture size resolution when moving files back to the camera. It may/may not work depending on how the camera treats the files.
Playing a video on your PC should be as simple as copying the files from the camera to your HD and playing them. You may have to download a particular CODEC for your media player -- but that is all there is to it!
Your Camera records sound but does not play it back on the device. Go to www.vivitar.com and download the driver for your camera. Install it on your pc and you should have sound when playing video in windows media.